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." >> australia's julia gillard gets the top job after two independent mp's back her. she stays on as prime minister, but will lead a minority government. >> prepared to deliver stable, effective, and secure government for the next three years. >> welcome to gmt. i am george alagiah. a world of news and opinions. welcome to the program. jose manuel barroso's delivers the first state of the eu speech, and warned about jobs. how iraqis get on without a government. >> is 9:00 p.m. in the australian capital, where julia gillard has retained the office of prime minister. the inconclusive election last month left three mp's holding the balance of power. in the end, it fell to one of them to give his decisive backing to the labor leader. julia gillard says it is proof of a strong democracy. others say hers is a minority government, volatile to the winds of politician. >> it was the election campaign that lasted five weeks. the political deadlock that followed lasted 17 days. at times, the process felt like the movie open " groundhog day." it all boiled down to " independent state." it ended with l
? >> i still see him, yeah. and i look his company. he is -- as we say in australia he is a good bloke. i thought he did a great job in discharging the first responsibility of a president and that is to protect the country because the big worry everybody had as i recall after that attack nine years ago was when will the next one come? >> neil: that was the fear, right? >> yes. >> neil: and guys like you and i had the pleasure of chatting with you not too long after 9/11 and you said we can't let down our guard and be complacent. increasingly, prime minister, the world did. >> that is human nature. you can't stop that. i think in, you know, a tribute toward bush he brought in a lot of measures. some people grizzliesleed about them but they worked and there were no further attacks on the america mainland. there were near misses. the christmas day fellow in detroit. >> neil: but you had no doubt, no reservations about equating this to a larger war on terror? >> oh, no. >> neil: and you and tony blair and just a couple of others, but really you leading the pack said no, this is as president b
in travel. >> i want america to have the best infrastructure in the world. >> decision time. australia should find out shortly who will be the next prime minister. police in britain say they may investigate new allegations by one of the top-selling newspapers. in pakistan, survivors find more destruction of the waters receded. -- as the waters recede. hello, and welcome. faced with a stagnant economy and the possibility of an electoral disaster for his democratic party in november, barack obama has unveiled a new $50 billion spending plan and launched an attack on republican critics. could this be a transformation of the president's message? >> the president of the united states did not even have enough time. at the labor day campaign, he was all fired up. >> i am going to keep fighting every single day, every single hour, every single minute to turn this economy around. >> they were all keen to answer something he had not heard and a long time. these days obama has to campaign on his record, and that means explaining the unemployment rate of 9.6%, after nearly $800 billion of stimulus
next year. >>> still ahead, its final look >>> women in australia are not letting high-heeled shoes slow them down, they had the fastest relay race in stilettos, a world record. they were wearing three-inch heels. the guinness world record officially confront this. they've won $10,000. 100 women and one man or in the race, which raised money for breast cancer research. i wonder how many sprained ankles there were. >> they do an event on 17th street each year before halloween. there are a lot of white ballots. that is interesting. >> it was for a good cause. >> exactly. this afternoon we have temperatures that will reach the low 80s. the extended outlook shows late tomorrow, showers. teddy rain expected on thursday with highs in the mid 70's. when the system goes through, as out of cooler and warmer fresh air in time for the weekend. taste of bethesda on saturday, temperatures in the mid to upper 60's with sunshine. sunshine sticks around sunday and monday with nighttime lows in the upper 40's by friday night. everything is working out to our of advantage. we need the rain, but not a
on "australia's next top model." the talk from intelligence sources is of a major al qaeda plot on the scale of the mumbai attacks two years ago. western agencies say they have uncovered the early stages of a plan aimed at european targets thanks to surveillance of militants in waziristan. strikes by unmanned american drones have been said to reach their highest intensity in six years. >> could the mumbai model of attack of 2008 be repeated in europe? the plot uncovered this summer would suggest it could be. small, well armed teams of gunman move between buildings slaughtering civilians. the plan detected in its early stages is still being tracked. for al qaeda leaders, this is a different tactic. why the change? >> it is obvious that mumbai will have given security planners cause for thought. my understanding is that quite a lot of work has been done to look at this in the context of a wider initiative to look at the security of crowded places. >> the plot has been traced to waziristan, in pakistan's tribal areas, where much of al qaeda's leadership has been hiding since 2001. tipoffs by in
of australia's top model makes it dramatic announcement of the winner. music played, tears of international fame dance in the winner's head. but, wait, there's a problem. a really big problem. we'll tell you about that in a moment. but first, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. >>> a new nbc news "wall street journal" poll shedding light on the way americans are feeling. 59% say the country is head in the wrong direction. 32% say the u.s. is on the right track. with that in mind, 46% of likely voters believe the republicans should control congress compared to 43% in favor of democrats. that's within the margin of error and represents a smaller gap than last month when republicans held a nine-point advantage over democrats. this is what they want. 75% want a reduction in special interest influence. 70% want to elect outsiders. 54% want to bring more conservatism to the republican party and 54% want to see repeal of the health care reform. 42% of those say tea party is good for politics. when it comes to the president's job performance, 49% now disapprove
. more than two weeks of political deadlock have ended in australia with confirmation that labor's julia gillard will continue as prime minister, would be backing, at last, of to independenct mp's. she has been near west possible majority. nick bryant has this. >> it is like the finale of a tv reality show, with the winner kept a closely-guarded secret until announced live on television. it came down to two of the so- called 3 amigos. >> my vote will be done to the julia gillard government. >> i am confirming for the governor general of australia that i will do today what i have always done, ironically, and give confidence to government. >> julia gillard faced the end of her government and possibly her career. she survived as prime minister by the narrowest possible margin. >> the election in two weeks ago is the closest in modern memory. what the australian people told us, they told us on an uncertain terms -- that we will be held more accountable than ever before. >> the election august 21 ended in deadlock. neither julia gillard's ruling labor party nor tony avant's coalition had enou
in the country. back to you. >> thanks very much, that was nhk world's susumu shimokawa in beijing. >>> australia has finally resolved its political vacuum more than two weeks after the inclusive election. prime minister julia gillard retains power but she faces difficult challenges ahead. >> thank you. can i say we live in a lively and resilient democracy and it works. we will be held to higher standards of transparency and reform, and it's in that spirit that i approach the task of forming a government. >> gillard secured support from three independent and one green lawmakers to form a thin majority in the hung parliament. gillard's labor party lost its majority in the august 21st vote, despite a robust economy. now, there are concerns australia may be headed toward a political instability. our reporter yuko aotani earlier spoke with an australian expert in melbourne. >> thank you very much for joining us, dr. alan moran. >> pleased to be with you. >> julia gillard in her speech has mentioned that her purpose was to serve the australian people, of which half of them actually voted against her.
of you with me to the other side of the world! [applause] you're going to australia! we are going to australia! you and you and you and you are going to australia! >> we are going to australia! we are going to australia! ue the plane up! meet the pilot. >> let's say hello again to captain travolta. >> i don't know. how can you be so eccstatic about going to australia? haven't these people traveled before? >> can you imagine being trapped for 23 hours with those hens? >> there was one man in the audience, one man in the audience. i can see this one guy and he was -- >> he was crying louder than anybody. >> travolta was equally as excited to see him. >> going hot tubin later. here is what i don't get. these people have families. how do they all just -- >> not anymore. >> what are they going to drop their kids and go to australia? >> there has to be like four round trip tickets or you can get cash instead of going on the trip. one thing that is interesting, i'm wondering what is in the suitcases they wheeled out. the first thing i thought was like bricks of cocaine and that's why t
surprise for the audience is pretty big. she's taking the entire audience from the show to australia. australia gets in return a huge bill. wait until you hear how much it will cost australia to have oprah and friends come. at the end of the day. [ female announcer ] relaxing for who? try new market creations from lean cuisine. the new steam pouch locks in the fresh taste of crisp veggies, tender chicken, and al dente pasta, new market creations from lean cuisine. that's not how successful investing is done. at e-trade it's harnessing some of the most powerful yet easy to use trading tools on the planet to help diversify, identify opportunities, take action. it's using professional grade research and your brain to seek maximum returns to reach your goals. it's investing with intelligence and cold hard conviction. you made the money. you should have everything you need to invest it. e-trade. investing unleashed. time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fa
one of the biggest mix ups %-how they amed the wronn winn, on australia's next top model. in tonight's "word on the web". >> hear from the omen playing in baltimore's nnwest professional spprts leagu >> sounding the alarm about the pension problem in maryland. workers has about a problemúe across the country. and now the non-parttsan calvert institute has released a report3 critical of maryland's pension funding. group conttnds that maryland's pension program is much more under funned than it even appears to be. >> if people understand the extent of under funding, and the extent to which state conttibutions are going to have to escalate. there will necessarily have to be curtailment of benefits in >> well, a spokesman for thee3 pension board is critical of the report saying it is too incoherent to even respooddto. >> new poll out tonight gives governor o'malley a double digit lead over republican challenger -oberr ehhlich. 1400 adults surveyed by the washington post favor governor o''alley 52 to 41 percent. major change from several polls that shoo a dead heat in the gubernatorial
nature of keeping the peace and the need to mark the border once and for all. >> in -- and australia who cycled around europe looking for his missing son looks like he will be reunited. he quit his job as a fireman to search for his 6-year-old. the boy was abducted by his mother in 2008. >> he cycled more than 3,000 miles across nine countries. the image of his son printed across his clothing, but his surge has come to an end. earlier this week he got an anonymous e-mail telling him his son had been tracked down. >> i have been cycling between nuremberg and [unintelligible] i checked my e-mails and there was an e-mail from somebody who was unidentified. it simply said, andrew has been found. he is safe. authorities will contact you. >> andrew was abducted in australia by his mother in 2008. at first she took her son to germany. with no news of his whereabouts, thompson quit his job and set up a web site before starting his tour. andrew is in foster care by his father is hoping to be reunited. >> he has not heard anything about me into 0.5 years. we need to make sure he is comfortable bef
are pretty clear. the powers of live television -- you have to feel that the presenter of the show "australia's next top model," and the lucky winner who was halfway to her acceptance speech when it became clear there was a horrible mistake. >> the winner, and australia's next top model for 2010, is -- >> two models. tens of thousands of viewers watching at home. a live television era that will soon be seen by millions on the web. >> it is you, kelsey. >> she thought she had been awarded the coveted title of australia's top model. there were fireworks, the promise of run my fame, even a victory speech. >> i want to thank the crew and the judges. without them, there would be no show. this is crazy. >> but the 19-year-old was about to become fashion's latest victim. >> i do not know what to say right now. i am feeling about -- a bit sick about this. >> the bearer of the bad news, sarah murdoch, the doctor in law of the media baron, rupert. >> it is a complete accident. it is amanda. i am so sorry. >> it is all right. it is ok. >> oh god. >> this book had been a squeak or two. so close there had
on an all--expenses-paid trip, to australia. her staff had a few surprises up their sleeves for her, as well, including a tear-jerking serenade, from paul simon. >> who knows what's next, after you've given cars away and trips to sydney for eight days. >>> coming up next, the stories we'll be following today. stay with us. swipe your card please. excuse me...? this belongs to you... o...um...thank you. excuse me... this is yours... thank you! you're welcome. with chase freedom you can get a total of 5% cash back in your pocket. fun money from freedom. this is yours! thank you! what? that's 5% cash back in quarterly bonus categories all year long. does your card do this? sign up for this quarter's bonus today. chase what matters. go to chase.com/freedom. rheumatoid arthritis going? they'reiscovering the first self-injectable ra medicine you take just once a month. it's simponi™, and taken with methotrexate, it helps relieve the pain, stiffness, and swelling of ra with one dose a month. visit 4simponi.com to see if you qualify for a full year of cost support. simponi™ can lower your abilit
for their loved ones. >> james reynolds there in chile. australia is edging closer to a new government after last month's elections. the independent member of parliament has said he will back the label leader and not the conservative. >> australia's governing labor party is a step closer to retaining power, thanks to a former intelligence analyst. andrew will he is one of four independent recites which of the major parties forms the next government, following an inconclusive election almost a fortnight ago. labor still two seats short of victory, but is now the bookmaker's favorite to win this tight race against the conservative opposition. mr. welty is urging his fellow team makers to make up their minds sooner that -- sooner rather than later. >> i hope this will send a signal to the others and that the move as quickly as they can. this is our time to make the decisions and to decide to support a party or parties in a way which will bring maximum stability. >> the prime minister has also struck a deal with the greens as she tried to build a minority government. the price will be concessions on
," a surprise audience received a big surprise. >> we are going to australia! >> that is right, she said australia. she is taking all of those people to australia. john travolta will be their pilots. the final season will be bigger and better than ever. to see pictures, you can visit our website, wbaltv.com. click on entertainment. >> do you know john travolta was a pilot for qantas airlines? that is what they said yesterday on the show. >> how about that. 59 degrees on tv hill. >> the heated race for the state's attorney will be decided today. more on that coming up. >> things are pretty quiet right now, but we do have some rain in the forecast later in the week. >> pretty quiet on the area roads with one exception. roads with one exception. there is a downed my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends reading massive spending bills, it's crazy. that's why i wrote a law that requires 72 hours to read every bill. i read the big bills and i said no. no to the $3 trillion budget, no to the bank bailout, and no to the health
as 27% and it could be poised for a sharp revaluation. >> australia is booming once again. it is largely thanks to china. beijing's efforts to stimulate the chinese economy prompted a surge in demand for products like coal and iron ore. that has helped fuel australia's economy which is growing at the fastest pace in three years. it attracted a wave of investment into the mining sector. to prevent the economy from overheating the central bank has increased interest rates sharply over the past year, leaving a much higher than in many of the developed countries. as a result, the value of the australian dollar has been climbing rapidly. it is worth almost as much as its american namesake. but experts warned it may not go much higher and could fall dramatically. there is a concern the slowdown in global growth of demand for australia's exports and also fears that prime minister gillard, a tax on mining firms, could deliver a further blow. it means investors are likely to seek safety in the old-fashioned values of the american greenback and turn away from the upstart aussie. >> let us take a l
different? one down and two to go, at the prime minister of australia gets within a whisker of retaining power after the backing of an independent mp. hoping for the best -- evacuation's on the east coast of america as hurricane earl gathers force. how does delayed for doeschilean trapped miners as rescuers helped with the rescue shaft. hello, and welcome. i am george alaiah. the four-door enough, we could be on the brink of an astonishing middle east breakthrough -- if words were enough. this latest effort in washington to find peace between israelis and palestinians will be as tough, and perhaps as disappointing as others before it. president obama says another opportunity may not come soon. will this time be any different? steve assesses the chances. >> all together now, an ambitious u.s. president and the middle east leaders his urging to walk the path of peace. they have come to talk face-to- face for the first time in 20 months, and regions is that he is here in good faith. >> we will spare no effort, and we will work diligently, and tirelessly to ensure that these negotiations mee
that ended in australia. labor's julia gillard has won and will continue as prime minister. she has announced she is ready to lead what she calls a stable and effective administration. interesting phrase since she has been narrowest possible majority. howard nick bryant reports from sydney. >> it is like the finale of the tv reality show, with the winner kept a closely-guarded secret. it all came down to two of the so-called three amigos. >> my vote will be going to the julia gillard government. >> i am confirming for the governor general of australia that i will do what i have always done, ironically, and give confidence to government. >> julia gillard faced the end of her government and possibly her career. she survived as prime minister by the narrowest possible margin. >> the election two weeks ago was the closest in modern memory. but the australian people told us in no uncertain terms on that day and the days that followed is this -- that we will be held more accountable than ever before. >> the election august 21 ended in deadlock. neither julia gillard nor tony abbott's liberal coalit
in pakistan's tribal areas and has been the target of several militant attacks this year. australia finally has the government after 17 days of political wrangling following an election which resulted in a hung parliament. the prime minister's labor party has managed a one-seat majority with the support of independence. she took over leadership just weeks ago in a party revolt ousting the prime minister. she is the first woman to be elected australian prime minister. >> julia gillard is to retain power by the slimmest of margins. it marks the end of two months of uncertainty which began. she said australia's worst political crisis in a generation was now over. >> labor is prepared to leave us stable, effective, and secure government for the next three years. hours will be a government with just one purpose. and that is to serve the australian people. >> independent lawmakers or part of a trio of key makers love to decide who would govern australia. after securing a pledge by gillard address rule needs, the give the labor party control of 76 need site -- seats in the 150-seat house of repres
to australia. that was the intention. but shortly of after the 747 took off one of the engines blew and the pilots were forced to come back to sfo. anne makovec reports. >> reporter: these pictures were taken by a cbs 5 viewer right after qantas flight 74 hit safe ground this morning at sfo. you can see what appears to be a hole in the engine compartment after an engine blowout over the pacific ocean. >> there was a very strong shudder on the right-hand side of the plane, a bit of a bump and the same kind of veer left. >> heard a very strange noise. i knew -- i don't travel that much but i knew it was very wrong. >> reporter: more than 200 passengers had a travel tale that started more than 45 minutes into the flight bound to australia. >> people on the right-hand side of the plane seemed very shocked and apparently there was some flames coming out that side of the plane. >> it was a vibration, push and feel something was wrong, very uncertain for a period of time until the captain announced the engine blew up. >> reporter: the plane flew around for a while to get rid of fuel and re
to australia! going to australia! you and you and you. >> she's taking her audience to australia. it got better. look who got off the plane? this is like a parody, it's too good to be true. john travolta, her dear friend, johnny, is going to be flying the audience to australia on that airplane he got off saluting. how do you live up to this now? this is her first show. she's got a long way to go. it could be a fun season to watch. >>> all right, let's talk some more politics now. nancy pelosi's challenger has no chance of defeating miss pelosi. but he's going to try. mainly with this ad right here where he compares nancy pelosi to the wicked witch of the west. >> hello, my pretty! i will save you from those evil republicans. my pay $18,000 a month for my downtown office and then go to massive debt, the wall street bailouts. and here are my monkeys to make you pay for it all. >> step back, everyone. oh, i'm melting. >> thank you for saving us, who are you? oh. >> i'm john dennis. >> that's mr. john dennis. mr. john dennis pouring a bucket of water and melting nancy pelosi. yesterday we told you
of the world. we're going to australia. >> she said she wanted to do something big. and, boy, did she deliver. oprah kicking off her final season by announcing she is taking 300 of her loyal audience members to australia, on qantas airlines. let's look at who the pilot will be. there he is. john travolta. surprises from oprah yesterday. good morning, america. i'm george stephanopoulos. >> it's all about the moments in her final season. that was one of them. i'm robin roberts. >>> also this morning, a father's quest for justice. he was the sole survivor of the horrible home invasion that shocked the country. today, dr. william petit will take the stand against one of those accused of killing his family. >>> first, the new york jets are under allegations that players and coaches sexually harassed a female reporter in the team's locker room. the team has apologized. but the controversy is not over yet. the nfl is investigating. and ant ya canning was at last night's game. >> reporter: they were talking about her exposed belie ed clea. this has ignited a debate. everyone seemed to have an opinion
to dampen spirits. >> the politics of australia might be deadlocked, but the economy keeps on growing, one of the reasons that the markets remain stable during this national uncertainty. the future makeup of the government does remain in doubt. on track for 20 consecutive years of economic growth. including a sharp increase in coal exports, explaining the sharp turnaround in the australian trade position after 11 consecutive months of a balance of trade deficits, a row and made witnessed -- april and may witnessed record resurgence is. one economist said that the figures had blitzed expectations. >> immigrants escape from a detention center in northern australia, protesting about their treatment. they held banners, included a was a message that they needed protection. the protest was bleak -- peaceful and they were placed in police custody after their seven hour road sign demonstration. a preliminary review of the rape charges against the wikileaks founder has been reopened the decided to carry on investigating the charges of molestation, and he said that the case was an attempt to smear h
. authorities will contact you. >> andrew was abducted in australia by his mother in 2008. it is thought she took her son with her to germany. with no news of his whereabouts, he quit his job and set up a web site. andrew is now in foster care but his dad is hoping they will be reunited. >> he has not seen me for 2.5 years. we need to make sure he is comfortable with me before we go any further. >> i very much want to pick him up and give him a big hug, but i know i will not be able to do that straightaway. i am very calm about knowing where he is. i except it will take time before i can see him. >> melinda thompson has been arrested and will be extradited to australia. this is a story of family breakdowns, but his long search has had a happy ending and shows sooner or later missing children will be found. >> as efforts intensified to free the 33 miners trapped in chile, 50 miners in spain have intentionally trapped themselves. the striking of unpaid wages -- they walked off their jobs nine days ago and are seeking subsidies to buy coal to keep their mind going. you can find that and much el
completed the research dives. they also congregate off south africa and australia. marks and other biologists have opened a startling new window on white shark behavior thanks part to risky close-up work like this. >> the animal doesn't look like it is too alarmed by me swimming next to it. and yet they will come right back in and take a look. they very cognizant of what's going on. >> reporter: researchers say that great white sharks here in northern california attack dimple from those in differently from other parts of the world. here they are much more stealth think. in fact, new research shows that great white sharks are very much like tigers. biologists say tigers change their attack to forest density and time of day and the type of prey available. >> reporter: marine biologist hub earth says he has studied similarities between stalking tigers and great whites. >> each tiger adapts to its environment. the white sharks from the islands tend to come up and it is called a cryptic attack. >> reporter: in south africa white sharks across the surface. in australia they attack at mid
. there is no set of guidelines anywhere throughout the country. even in australia. we look as far as australia to see what they are doing. they are very much in the leadership in this area of community benefits. all were subject to some kind of economic or political climate structural organization or legal restriction. most utilities offer the baseline of community benefits like education, sustainability, tabling at community events. what we concluded was that out of all of those agencies was that there were three models -- there was a de-centralized model, which is one that is based primarily on a budget. whoever is in line first for community programs get that program. second, there was a case by case model, which was either based on pressure from the community. second, if you knew someone in the agency and are able to sell them your idea. thirdly, it was based on a particular -- excuse me -- it was related to a capital improvement program. those were the three ways that a case by case model work. the centralized model is an overall community benefits program through a well-defined community
correspondent from sydney why australia seems a gun held in its attitude towards the attending the games. -- seem so gung ho/ >> what they seem less concerned about is the facilities of the athletes' village. the head of the australian commonwealth games is in daily looking at those facilities. he says minor work needs to be done which could be done in time before athletes start arriving. he is downplaying these concerns that have been raised by other nations, but the austrian government is more concerned about the security situation rather than the dilapidated state of the facilities. >> in is interesting the different levels of reactions. austria seems to be less concerned. >> they are less concerned about the facilities. but they are worried about the security situation. the former prime minister in the new government highlighted the heightened warning issued from his department about the possibility of a terrorist attack during the games. australian athletes will be in lockdown when they were in delhi. they will go from the athletes' village to the venue. but australian officials hav
. >> speech. >> you just wrecked my life. >> the host of australia's next top model first said chelsea was the winner she delivered an acceptance speech before someone told the host you made a mistake. she was gracious on stage and congratulated amanda ware who gets a motedling contract. >> they are all winners. >> all of them >> i would blame the producer. >> that is what we do here at the big 5. >> give them both contracts, right? >> i am sure they will >> why not. >> all right. let's look at bay area, seen from chopper 5, high in the sky, 71 degrees, half moon bay, liver more, nine records crashed and burned today, one event at the museum in oakland. 92 degrees. otherwise, with air quality see that from chopper 5, hazy, cooler temperatures, more moderate air quality instead of unhealthy ozone in the eastern and southern portion of the district today. wake up to the bay, sunny skies, inland, temperatures down tomorrow, 10 to 25 degrees. that's right. records in santa rosa, san jose and liver more, san francisco 3 degrees off that record mark but the cooler air mass it is all coming
accident. >> and how australia is dealing with a locust plague. >> and we'll have the forecast. , >>> we want to update the breaks news from montgomery county. a bus crashes off of the ramp. >> that's righting they're still getting the information in. a bus went off on the sky ramp to north 70 on old georgetown road. 270 is a major artery that connects the beltway. one has died and we have learned. two are critically injured and there could be more. a massive triage unit was set up outside of the bus accident. we understand it's a vehicle, we don't know initially, it is a commercial vehicle. there and we know there are people trapped on board and the fire rescue crews are racing in and trying to get the people out of the bus. the bus collided with several other cars and traffic is totally shutdown in the area. it's a busy area during rush hour and this is going to complicate the situation. we'll have more at 5:00 and 6:00. >>> thank you, kai. >>> and two students are facing criminal charges after they beat up a boy who joined a cheerleading squad. this 11-year-old wants to be a cheerlead
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